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steven -- introduce steven at this time. >> thank you. thank you, my name is steve and i'm a parent of a 10-year-old beautiful boy with autism. and i remember march of last year went by mclaren lodge and i saw you, phil, and i know you have told this story a couple of times how i brought my boy, a.j. there, and said, can you help us? my boy has autism. what can you offer him in the summertime as a camp experience? and that sort of began a long relationship and wonderful time working with you and lucas and a number of other people here that spent time and effort trying to find ways that we could involve both the community, the private sector, and so on, to get this a reality. because it is expensive. the stats are really daunting that you heard from vicky. one in 120. mostly boys. that means one in 40 boys in san francisco has autism. and that's -- if there was some kind ever external threat that was neurologically damaging our children everybody would be up in arms. because it's mysterious, we don't know where it comes from. it's partially genetic, partially environmental. the needs
it in positive light, steve. is this somewhat of a relief to them? that the president has done this. they don't have to vote on this issue. essentially, supporting those who have grown up and want to contribute to the country and serve the military and go to college. people like senator mccain and others who have said this, but then they don't have to vote on it. >> i don't think it is. because this doesn't solve the broader problem. the reason this is objectionm beyond what we mentioned here it doesn't come in the right context. if it were part of a broader legislative package that would do some of the things that charles is talk about ta, would strengthen border security, in that context, you can see people saying well, we have to do this kind of prioritization. and this is the way we ought to do it. but in the absense of that kind of broader argument, you are not actually going anything to solve the problem. so this in effect is making perpetuating the problem rather than solving it. >> down the line, is this upheld in the court? >> probably, yes. probably. the president has a lot of leewa
prompted a fresh wave of worry on wall street. steve handelsman joins us now live from capitol hill with the latest. steve? >> reporter: wendy, thanks. the european debt crisis has an effect to drive down u.s. stock prices. but an left say so does the worry that lawmakers up here on capitol hill cannot or will not help. wall street see sawed after jpmorgan chase sounded an alarm. >> a massive rebasing for expectations for second half growth. >> reporter: the new prediction is our growth through the end of 2011 will be just 1%, not 2.5. another worrisome sign, oil prices are relatively low. >> well, that's it. everyone is talking about the potential of a double dip. >> reporter: a double dip, a return to recession. there is worry one would start this fall. >> i think that would be a tremendous blow to business confidence, consumer confidence, neither which is particularly strong right now. and then i think you're worried about a spiralling effect and getting a much sharper pullback. >> reporter: stock and high-tech powerhouse hewlett-packard plunged 21%. bank of america, largest lend
water is leaving some businesses high and dry. and steve hartmann with a lesson in how much you can give when you have nothing at all. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. 18 years. a long time behind bars, a long time on death row, a long time in and out of solitary. a long time for something that you insist you didn't do. today flee men who were supposed to never walk free did just that. they were called the west memphis three, convicted of murdering three cub scouts in west memphis, arkansas, in 1993 despite any physical evidence linking them to the crime. after years of fighting for freedom, they were released today in a very unusual plea deal. erin moriarty of "48 hours mystery" has been on this story for four years. >> my name is damien echols, i am 36 years old and released today from death row for a crime i do not commit. >> reporter: arkansas death row inmate damien echols got his life back today as part of an unusual plea agreement, excoles and two other convicted men-- jason baldwin and jessie misskelley-- were
. good morning. >> good morning, allison, good morning, steve. >> reporter: this gridlock is expected to impact western maryland for the early morning rush hour all the way into the evening and afternoon rush hour here in northern virginia. army-navy drive here around pentagon city will be shut down around 9:30 to prepare for this event. the traffic is expected to be so bad that the federal government has strongly urged workers to either telecommute or take leave today. the ride marks the anniversary of 9/11 leaving haggerstown, maryland, around 1:00 this afternoon. the bikers will then head u.s. 15 with rolling closures along the way. the duls tollway, duls toll road will be shut down. the bikers head to new york. closures will affect drivers on 395 north, 295, pennsylvania avenue, b w parkway and 95 northbound. the ride each year commemorates the 9/11 anniversary. with the 10th anniversary this year, the number of bikers is expected to more than quadruple to 1800. them' leave maryland around 10:00, head to virginia with a caravan 150 miles long. the ride started near shanksville, pe
-to-, gretchen hot carlson and of course steve doocy. (applause) lav (laughter) laugh steve doocy. >> anyway, that was very unprofessional, around son pooper. (laughter) munch ma quchi, we'll be right back. vo: this week at old navy. all famous jeans on sale! mom gets jeans for fifteen dollars! kids get jeans for ten. and will dad finally get a new pair... of jeans? it's our lowest price! all famous jeans fifteen dollars, kids ten. sale ends wednesday! only at old navy! >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my guest tonight was once the world's most wanted hacker. he'll never get my password it's-- (laughter) please welcome kevin mitnick. (applause) >> thanks for coming on. great to meet you. >> great to meet you too. >> you sir were once considered the world's most famous hacker. the most wanted man in computer crime. correct? >> yes. >> okay. you are a consultant now but at one time you were, let's see, you bypassed the security systems of motorola, sun microsystems and pacific bell. >> yes, i did. >> you served jail time for this. how much. >> five years. >> five years. >> and a year in so
by a new movement to break-up the bible's most famous couple. npr's steve inskeep explains. >> for many evangelicals, a historical adam and eve is a critical part of their theology, but now some conservative religious scholars are saying publically that they can no longer believe it. >> stephen: no adam and eve? no apple? no tasteful leaf thongs? and all because these so-called conservative scientists say "there is no way we can be traced back to a single couple...given the genetic variation of people today." oh, the genetic variation needs more than two people? fine, they had a freaky three-way with the snake. [laughter] that would explain the genetic variation of james carville. [laughter] [cheers and applause] so i'm issuing a wag of my finger at evangelicalç scientists. real christians like president of southern baptist theological seminary albert mohler, know what's at stake here. >> when adam sinned, he sinned for us and it's that very sinfulness that sets up our understanding of our need for a savior. without adam, the work of christ makes no sense whatsoever. >> stephen: exact
for deportation. critics call this backdoor amnesty that has not gone through congress. bring in the panel. steve hayes, for stand stand. arn"weeklystandard." nina easton. and charles krauthammer. >> one thing, this reflects a political calculation, a realistic calculation by the president. the approval ratings are kind of falling like untethered elevator at this point. he is in the doghouse with the latino voters. he came in with the expectation there would be some level of immigration reform. instead what he focused on is deportation to tune of 400,000 a year. that has the lay te know community extremely angry. so he is moving, i think moving toward the policy. yes, it's a backdoor policy. i think that the problem with it is that it misses the component when you leave people here, it misses the component of amnesty, which most of the public supports, which earning your way here. it's too bad that the political atmosphere became so poisonous over this question of path to citizen, by the way, three-quarters of the american people supports that we, the he is not going through the front door with t
'm steve chenevey. >> i'm tony perkins. that rain yesterday was intense. it was coming down so hard, i'm walking around my house, checking making sure i'm not getting any leak coming through the ceiling. >> torrential in spots. let's get right to the maps. i can show you how hard the rain fell across parts of the area. these are rain totals. not putting numbers on these. the heaviest rain was just west of washington. where you see the darker yellows and reds, that is indicating close to 2 inches of rain. you can see a good portion of area got a nice, heavy dose of rain yesterday. most the area got at least something. that is a little unusual when we are forecasting scattered thunderstorms to see most of the area getting rain. we'll do aall over again today. right now, a lot of moisture. there could be fog in a few spots. later this afternoon, open up the map for you in west virginia. we have new thunderstorms developing. we will have the possible of afternoon showers and thunderstorms in your afternoon forecast. 89 in washington. 85 in front royal. >> thank you. >>> let's check some la
: moments ago in new hampshire. what about all of this? bring in the panel. steve hayes, for "weekly standard." jeff zelney, political correspondent for "new york times." syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. charles, perspective and analysis here. >> well, the critics are right. it is late. but we sell-that criticism over and over in the last half year now over the delay. the administration deserves credit for what it did. "a," calling for the resignation. "b," coordinating it well with britain, and germany. the other leaders at the same time. "c" the sanctions. the embargo on sales of oil. that would be important if it was europe yap embargo as well. so having a european boycott would be important. last isolating it and condemning it. even,000 though it has my mall effect. worth doing over and over again. syria analysislated and always has been. since it aligned its with the non-arab iran years ago. this accentuates that. isolation in the ray rab world means something. lastly, we still have the ambassador on the ground. we sent him with the french ambassador a few weeks ago to
points, almost 4%. so, let's head now to atlanta, and abc's steve osunsami, who was with all those people loloing for work. hello, steve. >> reporter: good evening, diane. we canvassed some of the 90 companies that are here today and found that there are more than 2,000 jobs for hire. but no one was prepared for the thousands more who came pouring through these doors today. desperate for work, trying to get to this job fair, traffic here was backed up for miles and miles. thousands waited overnight. some camped out in their businene suits and office heels, in the stifling heat. >> i got here at 9:12. i got in there at, like, 1:58. >> i'm going to be positive. that's the only thing i can be right now. >> reporter: authorities treated 20 people for heat exhaustion and were struguging to keep the line moving and get people moved inside. >> you came out here to get a job, not to get sick. >> reporter: derek clayton, under the umbrella, is a former security guard with three children to feed. he's been looking for work since may. >> you got kids, you got bills, got to stay somewhere. you don't
. good afternoon thanks for joining us i am dan ponce sake in for steve sanders >>and i'm dina bair we welcome our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america and on the web. wgn's marcella raymond is outside wrigley field with the latest ... >>jim hendry said that he was warned by the owner in july that he would be out ... >>he had a 500 record with the cubs but that was not enough for the ownership of the team they needed a fresh approach ... >>the goal is to win the world series and to do that we must get better i believe that by bringing in new leadership we may get some different perspectives and when some more ball games ... >>i'm not believe the problems come as a good man. we just didn't win enough ball games that's the bottom line. we took a text pole from viewers and 91 percent said that jim hendry did need to go after all this time ... >>a fan i spoke to said change was needed >>it's about time we as cubs fans and the last three or four years have been struggling watching them try to put a competitive baseball team out there on the field ... teams l
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process that steve will be bringing forward to you at the next meeting. this is the port commission, basically saying that they approved to go ahead because the implication steps in the process would work that needs to be done with that the army to coordinate the demolition of pure 36 will be construction of the plaza itself. there is a lot of technical detail that needs to be coordinated between those efforts. it has been under way, but with action today we would be able to pull through and meet that schedule for delivering in time for next summer. thank you. >> it might be premature to ask about this. it might be something for the army corps, but i have a question about the existing tiles that are there. in terms of the reduction of the significant impacts, it seems that a lot of it relates to driving. are there any opportunities to preserve what exists, as much as what is being done at the exploreatorium? >> great question. during the detailed engineering design, we looked at several methods to incorporate into the new project that turned out to be more expensive. we went forward
area spike in newspaper threats. the money saving motive behind them. and the big steve jobs announcement that has apple fans excited tonight. >>> good evening. i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. we did have some warm weather in the east bay. below average in san jose with 79 as we head throughout tonight. temperatures dropping into the 50s. also tracking for any after shocks. this 6.5 happening close to sendai where that tsunami happened back in march. i'll keep an eye on the usgs and tatco ♪ okay, so who ordered the cereal that can help lower cholesterol and who ordered the yummy cereal? yummy. that's yours. lower cholesterol. lower cholesterol. i'm yummy. lower cholesterol. i got that wrong didn't i? [ male announcer ] want great taste? honey nut cheerios. want whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol? honey nut cheerios. it's a win win. good? [ crunching, sipping ] be happy. be healthy. can i try yours? >>> classes don't begin until next week, but tonight the special patrols did begin about an hour ago on the uc berkeley campus. both campus and city police be
points. steve handelsman is on capitol hill now with some context on what's been going on with this roller coaster market. hey, steve. >> reporter: the markets are complicated. if it were easy to figure out what was going on, everybody would be rich investing in them. it's complicated. some of the factors that analysts were talking about today are the european debt crisis. a lot of europeans worry that they'll be in worse trouble if the u.s. economy goes down. because they won't be able to sell here, and we won't be able to buy there. so there's that. there are a couple of dire new predictions. yesterday from morgan stanley, the warning that we're dangerously close to recession. that's a quote. and the warning today from jpmorgan chase, that its fourth quarter growth prediction at wrong at 2.5%. jpmorgan chase said the right number is probably going to be 1%, really close to 0%, which would be a recession. other experts warning today that even a month or two of moving below what the previous month had been, a month or two of recession, if you will, even though you need
: but the father of another victim, steve branch says he believes they did it. >> if these animals are released, you're just going to give the key to everybody that's on death row right now. >> reporter: today's deal insists that -- their lawyers say the state would never let them out if it was convinced of their guilt. the men say they'll never fight to prove their innocence, but many wonder who killed those boys. >>> america's largest bank plans to cut 3,500 job this is quarter and in a vast restructuring is said to be planning to cut thousands more. it's the story of our time, an economy in the doldrums and a nation in pain. nbc's chris jansing surveys the damage. >> don't make nobody walk over you. >> reporter: for half her life 82-year-old mary leeward has lived in this famous house in brooklyn. after refinancing, she couldn't keep up with the payments, the house was foreclosed and sold. outside, crowds gathered to support her. across the country in california, 35-year-old rosemary gutielle is on the verge of losing her home too. >> i went to college, i'm an educated woman and i thought at
the next item, steve johnson, doing business as underground sf. >> this has been in operation for some time. this is a bar in the lower 8 neighborhood. -- lower haight neighborhood. >> don't touch it. >> i have a really good relationship with the seller who has been facilitating the transfer of the business. he is here with me today. i am happy to answer any questions you have regarding my application for my neighborhood outreach. we are keeping the name the same come this jury staff the same, the bartender's the same. i really stepping in to replace sean's role. i have been a fan of this neighborhood anbar from the second that i opened this restaurant. i loved it when i went to college here. it has always been a dream of mine to start a small business. when this opportunity came before me, it was a perfect fit. i have a ton of respect for it. i have listened to the group for suggestions that they have to help keep the character. >> commissioners, questions. >> seeing none, >> i had a question. one thing that came to me is that you live right above the establishment. >> yes. i
have been working on. -- steve fiftpanelly. >> cheap plumbing inspector. good morning, commissioners. one of the things we are working on that i told you about last month was the boiler permit to operate to be done on line. after all the testing -- we have testing done last month. we have three different contractors that came in to do a lot of the certifications throughout san francisco, and they did a dry run, and we put it into production for them to test it. since then we have added three or four more contractors to the databases to see if there were any more problems with the system. we have had positive feedback, and by the end of the month we will be able to launch and put it out to the public for use. that is where we're at at this point. >> item 6g, update on new hires. >> since the beginning of the year we have had 13 new hires, which are actually holdovers from last year that were in last year's budget, but they will be starting at the end of this month. there will be 13, six of which are clerks. some will be assigned to the fifth floor to take the place of the people bette
here. he leaves with a hamstring injury. hope he's okay. so steve cronin would replace him in net. 59th minute, united tries to head it out. but sebastian grazini is there with the left-footer and it goes in. check out what he does? celebrates by going into the stands. ahead to the 73rd minute, united on the offensive. josh wolf gives it to qwanta. that was sweet. but that's it. d.c. united and chicago end in a 1-1 tie. >>> nfl now, the supplemental draft will take place on monday. and former ohio state quarterback terrell pryor is eligible. since he's not going back to college, the nfl decided his suspension will carry over if he's drafted. pryor will hold a workout on saturday and the redskins may attend. >>> tonight, preseason football, it's new england against tampa bay. a good night for tom brady. patriots on the 10 yard line. brady goes over the middle to chad ochocinco. brady, 180 yards, two touchdowns. the pass over the middle and, uh-oh. elbert mack catches it at the 30. he's going back the other way. he's thinking pick six. 69 yards into the end zone for the touchdown. mack ce
, straight up 5:00 on this friday morning. glad you're with us. i'm steve chenevey. >> and i'm allison seymour in for sarah this morning. welcome to fox 5 morning news. >> tucker is with us too with a look at the forecast. >> cheering things out. we had some heavy rain in some spots. overnight, lots of cloud-to- ground lightning, some hail d. we could do it all over again later today. i think the best chance would be mid- to late afternoon. let's get -- what you are looking at here are your rain totals. you see the darker reds. that is where the heaviest rein was. at bwi marshall, they had record rain for the day yesterday, almost 2 inches of rain. they had 1.72 inches of rain. other really heavy band just to the west of washington out into virginia where we picked up heavy rain as well. the thunderstorms kind of training through. again, we could do it, at least the possibility of doing that all over again later today. temperature, reagan national, 74 degrees. humidity, 76%. we've cleared out nicely and we should see plenty of sunshine to start your morning. later this afternoon, the t
in his right hammy, a common theme tonight. he leave the game replaced by steve cronin. 73rd minute united down 1 -0. a couple of odd bounces go united's way and josh wolf is found who kicks it off the crossbar and in. that ties the game at 1. d.c. united and chicago play to a 1- 1 draw. >>> mystics hosting the minnesota lynx. this fan is feeling the groove. joe pal car, we've all seen him before but this -- palka, we've all seen him before, but this baby not so much. mystics get within six. less than a minute later mystics get defensive it. lindsay whalen leading the fast break but marissa coleman said denial is not a river in egypt, but mystics falling to the lynx 81-62. that's a look at sports as we get ready for the preseason game no. 2 tomorrow. >> seems like the steelers are going to be hard to beat this year. >> already going to the super bowl, are they? >> i was just thinking that. >> you weigh a lot on the preseason, do you? >> i enjoyed the game. >> thank you, feldy. >> it beats watching thunderstorms and still busy. we have a severe thunderstorm warning for fairfax and pr
's thirst for drinking water is leaving some businesses high and dry. and steve hartmann with a lesson in how much you can give when you have nothing at all. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. 18 years. a long time behind bars, a long time on death row, a long time in and out of solitary. a long time for somethi
weeks. the new debt reducing super committee, the new obama jobs plan. from washington, i am steve handelsman, wbal-tv 11 news. >> tough times in the economy. still ahead, local school superintendent makes his annual address to several hundred school leaders just before the start of the school year. >> plus the battle over benefits. one man's fight to get coverage or breast cancer treatment. >> the latest on a condition doctors are referring to asks tt neck. >> it is the culmination of a camp for some very special kids. i have that story coming up. >> the baltimore county school superintendent addressed his administrators this morning. he said that erupted economy and higher expectations for students success represent the new norm in american public education. he is now working his 12th year as superintendent of the nation's largest school superintendent. your body has to say about the upcoming school year on our website, wbaltv.com. >> a ct scan that looks at heart arteries for signs of calcium buildup could be the best way to predict heart attack among adults with normal choleste
around the country for hours to find some new work. abc's steve osunsami reports from atlanta. >> reporter: there were so many people desperate for work, trying to get to this job fair, traffic here was backed up for miles and miles. thousands waited overnight. some camped out in their business suits andffice heels in the stifling heat. >> i got here at 9:12. i got in there at like 1:58. >> i'm going to be positive. that's the only way i can be right now. >> reporter: authorities treated 20 people for heat exhaustion and were struggling to keep the line moving and get people moved inside. >> you came out here to get a job, not to get si. >> reporter: derek clayton, under the umbrella, is a former security guard with three children to feed. he's been looking for work since may. >> you got child, kids, bills. you have to stay somewhere. you don't want to be homeless. >> reporter: stacy is a secretary laid off last fall. ronald carter, a certified pipe fitter, laid off in january. >> i came here thihinking i'd g a break. >> reporter: and? >> it's in the air, i guesess. >> reporte
:00 rosemary is in for steve paulson. how is the weather? >> it's not bad. it's a quiet start out there. we have made it to the last business day of the week. you are wondering what is happening for the weekend? we will cool it down a little bit. if you live in the valley locations you might be happy about that. increasing clouds and fog throughout the weekend. we are starting this morning. cooler this afternoon. anywhere from 3-6 degrees. we will look at the temperatures outside of your door. hi sal. >>> hello rosemary. we have one tunnel down because of a crash. a couple of different crashes inside the middle bore. we are getting a little bit of a slow down now. westbound 24 this is a look at westbound 4 coming up to bay point out of pittsburgh and traffic is moving well. 6:'01 -- 6:01 let's go back to the desk. >>> we are minutes away from the opening bell on wall street. it looks like another down day. take a look if you missed it dow jones off 3.5%. 419 points. allie rasmus is in san francisco this morning with how the overseas market reacted overnight and the big bank getting ready to
over the road. days after the crash steve barkette told us he was driving down branch avenue that night, saw agent johnson speeding and weaving, called 911, then watched as a prince george's county county patrol officer pulled alongside johnson's suv, then drove off. >> i think if the cruiser would have pulled him over, that kid's life may have been saved. >> reporter: the fbi dismissed johnson shortly after the crash. he'd been assigned to attorney general eric holder's security detail. >> in my mind it doesn't matter who the perpetrator is. the tragedy is still the same. the loss is the same and we will pursue the case as aggressively as any case. >> reporter: adrian johnson could get 10 years in prison if convicted. prince george's state's attorney angela alsobrooks says she'll be appealing to the maryland state assembly general next year for tougher penalties for convictions of drunk driving cases. >>> european banks sent american investors on edge and sent the dow dropping today. it closed below the 11,000 mark. oil tumbled more than $5 a barrel and all told set another record and
to safer investments like gold and other commodities. but steve green and his family, well, they've put tens of millions of dollars into bibles. i guess you could say that steve has a lot of faith in his investment. he's overseeing the acquisition of ancient bibles and other rare religious relics that are now part of a traveling exhibit. he's also president of hobby lobby, the arts and crafts chain. i tell you what, this is pretty amazing, looking at the -- i can't believe actually we can touch them, too. usually you see these behind glass. >> yes. >> tell me, why was this important to you? >> well, our family has always had a love for the bible. we have tried to operate our business according to biblical principles. we believe in the bible and we wanted to share the story of the bible with as many as we could. >> you brought in a couple of your favorites. let's start with the earliest greek text, psalm 23. for those that are not familiar with the bible, it it's the well-known verse of the lord is my shepherd, i shall not want. >> exactly. >> tell us about this. >> this is one leaf of a
on, magnolia is going global, selling franchises internationally. owner steve abrams took over the company in 2007 and expanded the business with seven other company-owned branches in united states and one store in dubai. the dubai magnolia is run under a different type agreement but will soon fall under the franchise umbrella. >> why now do you want to open up the business to franchisees? >> we anti want to bring it throughout the world, we can't geographically and culturally go around the world and make this happen. it's impossible to be in dubai or korea or spain and understand the nuances of each culture. about a thousand franchise requests in the k i have about 20 on going negotiations going on. >> reporter: this man represents a franchisee in qatar, expected to be the first to open in january 2012. he says the bakery is the perfect fit for his region of the world. >> the qatari people and people in the middle east, new york is one of their favorite destinations. they come here quite often. the name magnolia bakery is familiar to everyone. >> reporter: not only do new york
d' ouvres in a chinese restaurant. steve martin is a poker guy. he goes every week. he does not even say good-bye. he says, oh, my good, i've got to go. i'm stuck with $800 bill. >> you are still friends? >> i adore the guy. we just push each other's button. >> we love the show. it's great show. i want to find out a little bit about what you aredoing next. you are doing a movie? >> the guy who did fast times did clueless. it's funny because to be an old vampire. this is a sweet, movie, with sigourney weaver. i'm a love interest -- go figure. i'm a love interest. she is a vampire. i e-mailed her, can you suck my neck once in a while. i'm the only one who does not get his neck bitten or make love in the movie. someone has to. >> you are great, but, you know, it there is so much horror going on in the world and the economy and speaking of hard, this funny man -- it is important to be out. i like being a comic now more than ever because everyone has their stuff personally and what's going on, you know, in the country and the world. it's good to hear people laugh. it's like we need you. a
center in philadelphia for a little more philadelphur. [applause] >> thank you very much, steve. i'm a great lover of this wonderful institution, the national constitution center and i also wanted to remind you that we have an exhibit upstairs in posterity hauled between the signers hall and the main exhibit area on lincoln that i hope you will get to take a look at some time in the coming weeks. it is obligatory for a person sitting in this chair to praise the author and to praise his luck, and ethically i think anyone who agrees to perform my role as interlocutor has to genuinely believe that and the other occasions in which i have done this, i have done this. but this really is in a cage and in which i want to go a little little bit over the top because i do think adam is a very special historian and this is a very very special book. as steve described adam's career he really has been at a remarkably early age a very important public intellectual. speaking to a wide audience about a wide variety of subjects i think since he graduated from harvard, not that long ago. and now he h
center in philadelphia for little more than an hour. [applause] >> thank you very much, steve. i'm a great lover of this wonderful institution, the national constitution center and i also wanted to remind you that we have an exhibit upstairs in posterity hauled between the signers hall and the main exhibit area on lincoln that i hope you will get to take a look at some time in the coming weeks. it is obligatory for a person sitting in this chair to praise the author and to praise his luck, and ethically i think anyone who agrees to perform my role as interlocutor has to genuinely believe that and the other occasions in which i have done this, i have done this. but this really is in a cage and in which i want to go a little little bit over the top because i do think adam is a very special historian and this is a very very special book. as steve described adam's career he really has been at a remarkably early age a very important public intellectual. speaking to a wide audience about a wide variety of subjects i think since he graduated from harvard, not that long ago. and now he h
with him. >> among the protesters, steve similar co. >> it's an associates degree. i cannot find a job. i am -- i'm at a loss that our government and our officials are not standing up for them like we had asked. >> this is a town hall meeting. >> it's not just congressional lawmakers getting hit with criticism. president obama is not winning any popularity contests on talk radio host neal boortz's show. >> he's clearly grasping at straws. >> only after he spends a couple day, a week or so in martha's vineyard. then he'll have his plan for jobs. >> i think people are really fearful and fear is driving a lot of anger at washington. they're worried about the dmur of middle class jobs and retirement. and they don't see anyone in washington taking the future of the middle class and what keeps them up at night seriously. three out of four think they act like spoiled children. >> that same poll shows president obama's approval rating is 45%. congress's overall approval rating is just 14%. that is the lowest in history. >> thank you. a dramatic turn in libya's civil war. we're getting a live repo
. [applause] >> thank you very much, steve. i'm a great lover of this wonderful institution, the national constitution center and i also wanted to remind you that we have an exhibit upstairs in posterity hauled between the signers hall and the main exhibit area on lincoln that i hope you will get to take a look at some time in the coming weeks. it is obligatory for a person sitting in this chair to praise the author and to praise his luck, and ethically i think anyone who agrees to perform my role as interlocutor has to genuinely believe that and the other occasions in which i have done this, i have done this. but this really is in a cage and in which i want to go a little little bit over the top because i do think adam is a very special historian and this is a very very special book. as steve described adam's career he really has been at a remarkably early age a very important public intellectual. speaking to a wide audience about a wide variety of subjects i think since he graduated from harvard, not that long ago. and now he has undertaken -- it is hard to believe and by the way i have
and you have steve branch who carries the same name as his son murdered in 1993 saying he is uncomfortable with the idea of the offered plea and even for the three men who were free from prison today, it is bittersweet. listen. >> this is not justice. (inaudible). >> we are innocent and they sent us to prison for our likes and we have to come here and they could only say we will let you go only if you admit guilt. and that's not justice no matter how you look at it. they are not out there trying to find out who really murdered the boys. >>greg: that way a co-defendant who says the three will continue their own investigations to proven their innocence, only, now, they will be able to do it outside of a prison cell. greg? >>greg: thank you, jonathan. and now our legal panel, now, anna sigga and against attorney tamara, i dug deeply into the case and coughed it way back when, 18 years ago, and i always had sort of doubts and reservations about the convictions. what do you think about this strange legal maneuver which basically takes one of the defendants off death row and frees him and the ot
: and now, back in time, apple c.e.o. steve jobs unveiled the iphone and jack kevorkian was released from jail and gold was infor seven straight weeks something we had not seen since april of 2007 and now, more than double during that interim, an amazing performance that will remain that way for a while. well, what do you know, the vice president able to convince china america's debt problems are not as bad as they seem, and china is the biggest holder of the debt and recently scolded the u.s. for not getting its financial house in order. after meeting with biden the chinese premiere said he is in longer worried and john bolton is, joining us in washington. ambassador, what do you thing of the sudden back and forth between the chinese and the vice president? >> it is intended to show that the chinese can make up with the vice president but what they said about our economic reform a few weeks ago is what they really think. and it shows you the difficulty we're in when you have chinese communists lecturing us on our spending habits. that is the real message. i am sure this was conveyed to t
is in for steve. what is the weather like? >> to sum it up we will cool it off. temperatures will be cooling off. we will remain a little bit below average. your forecasted highs today upper 60s to low 70s for the coast. our warmest locations only expected to top out at 83 degrees. afternoon sea breeze going to be around. we'll take look at your temperature currents as you step out on this friday. we'll take a look at your location for the afternoon high coming up in a few moments. good morning, sal. >>> good morning, rosemary. we have an accident inside the caldecott tunnel. it's a crash involving one car that flipped over inside the caldecott in the left lane of the left bore i'm sorry it's the left bore but the right lane. ambulance, tow truck, and fire department are on the scene. traffic is going to be a little bit slow coming in. at 5:31 we're looking at the east shore freeway and that traffic looks pretty good driving out to the mccarthur maze. back to the desk. >>> new this morning we are following a deadly overnight shooting in san francisco's visitation valley neighborhood. police say
politics? i'm steve handlesman. news4, capitol hill. >>> unemployment is on the rise across the region. last month, the jobless rate in d.c. climbed to 10. %. that's much higher than the national average of 9.1%. in maryland, even though 8,000 new jobs were created in july, unemployment still fell to 7.2%. and in virginia, the unemployment rate went up for the first time in a year. it's now at 6.1%. >>> another person has died after that stage collapse at the indiana state fair over the weekend. a senior died from her injuries, bringing the death toll to six. also, the first wrongful death lawsuit was filed on behalf of 42-year-old tammy van damme and her family. she leaves behind a 17-year-old daughter. there were also several lawsuits in the works on behalf of those injured in the accident. >>> i-295 in southeast washington has reopened following a motorcycle crash that sent a secret service agent to the hospital. it happened in the northbound lanes of i-295 this morning. the roadway was closed for hours while police investigated. the officer was taken by helicopter to a local hospit
in 2009 steve longan ran on a platform of flattening taxes in new jersey which was raising taxes on people with low and middle incomes and the "wall street journal" supported him on that if i remember correctly, but of course, he was creamed by governor christie, and now governor christie, so we don't have a true test of raising taxes on poor people is a popular position, but i'm guessing that the answer is somehow no. >> i am going to guess you are right. but most people don't know that more americans are not paying income taxes, because we have made a decision to right a lot of the problems through the tax code. so instead of sending poor people a check, we give them a low income tax break, and it is a big fan of ronald reagan and arnold freedman and what is the big effect here? >> well, don't forget the child credit which wipes out a big tax liability. and there are concern from the republicans that the earned income tax credit may be susceptible to fraud, and work disincentives that people of certain incomes are discouraged from working because they would lose the credit, but what you
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